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May 15, 2012, 12:06:14 AM
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P.S. anyone want to point me at the best site to make a Windows XP boot USB?
(Yes I do have more than one spare unused valid Microsoft Windows XP license that I will use)

I found one a while back that worked.  Couldn't find it again recently when I needed it though, the ones I found wouldn't work properly.  Ended up yanking my DVDROM drive out of one PC and attaching it long enough to install XP.

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May 15, 2012, 12:16:16 AM
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Do you mean a live (PE, Preinstalled Environment) USB, or just an installer? If a PE is enough, Microsoft provides a free Win7 one with the WIAK (Windows Automated Installation Kit), but it is a massive download. Oops, it requires a Windows install just to create the boot ISO before using it lol.

XP is kind of difficult to install via USB, but there are a few guides on the net. If you want a pre-tweaked version, this is a good one: ...

I thought warez was illegal on this forum ?

Content like this can get bitcointalk.org banned under laws like SOPA / PIPA ...
It isn't warez if you have a key.
No I don't need the disks.
I have originals of those also (and real licenses I own, as I mentioned above)
Just a guide to make a USB that someone has used that didn't require much thinking Smiley

Though, I would suggest removing that link from the posts (bulanula also) since a TPB link isn't ideal to ever post anywhere Smiley

Edit: also probably better to just PM me if anyone has a suggestion

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May 15, 2012, 12:21:33 AM
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since a TPB link isn't ideal to ever post anywhere Smiley
Not sure why not, but I edited my post accordingly. Unfortunately Mr. B can't edit it out.

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May 15, 2012, 07:36:18 PM
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since a TPB link isn't ideal to ever post anywhere Smiley
Not sure why not, but I edited my post accordingly. Unfortunately Mr. B can't edit it out.

Haha so that's what you are calling me. Mr. B epic

too bad my posts can't be edited. TPB link is banned in most western countries like the Uk.
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May 15, 2012, 08:19:25 PM
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since a TPB link isn't ideal to ever post anywhere Smiley
Not sure why not, but I edited my post accordingly. Unfortunately Mr. B can't edit it out.

Haha so that's what you are calling me. Mr. B epic

too bad my posts can't be edited. TPB link is banned in most western countries like the Uk.
Yeah, the oppressive governments with communistic tendencies. And that law was passed by a corrupt judge. Fuck them.


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May 16, 2012, 08:21:05 PM
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since a TPB link isn't ideal to ever post anywhere Smiley
Not sure why not, but I edited my post accordingly. Unfortunately Mr. B can't edit it out.

Haha so that's what you are calling me. Mr. B epic

too bad my posts can't be edited. TPB link is banned in most western countries like the Uk.
Yeah, the oppressive governments with communistic tendencies. And that law was passed by a corrupt judge. Fuck them.



For once it seems like we agree 100%. The UK gov is really messed up. CCTV in your bathroom while you take a dump Cheesy
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